Lockheed Martin has developed a new weapons rack for USAF F-35As and USN F-35Cs that allows the aircraft to carry two additional AIM-120 air-to-air missiles.
The final RAAF Hawk Mk.127 aircraft to be upgraded under the Lead-In Fighter Capability Assurance Program (LIFCAP) was handed back to Air Force in a ceremony at BAE Systems Australia’s Williamtown facility on March 7.
A report has recommended the use of full-time dehumidification units to offset the corrosion risk to RAAF Williamtown's F-35s.
Northrop Grumman has been selected to continue providing through-life support to the Commonwealth’s VIP fleet.
The Australian Army Aviation Corps (AAvn) has deployed its Tiger Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter overseas for only the second time in its 15-year operational history.
The RAAF’s Air Mobility Group (AMG) is seeking to incrementally increase the connectivity of the Hercules fleet under the aegis of Plan Jericho.
The University of Sydney Nano Institute and the RAAF have launched a scientific collaboration to craft world-leading sensing technology.
Initial Operating Capability (IOC) has been achieved for the EA-18G Growler electronic attack aircraft.
The RAAF is set to roll out high-speed communications systems across another five of its C-130J Hercules transport aircraft.
The first of three Dassault Falcon 7X aircraft for the RAAF’s Special Purpose Aircraft fleet touched down in Canberra on April 16.
Defence is moving ahead on plans to upgrade the Cocos/Keeling Islands airport to support P8-A Poseidons.
The government has announced an extension to Airbus' through-life support contract for the Tiger Armed Reconnaissance helicopters.
The next two F-35A Joint Strike Fighter aircraft have arrived in Australia.
The first Dassault Falcon 7X for the RAAF, which is yet to be announced by the government, will soon have its VIP interior fitted.